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OKC Thunder takes on the Pacers, can OKC snap losing skid?

The Oklahoma City Thunder take on the Indiana Pacers to wrap up their road swing. The Thunder will enter this game without Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (foot), Gabriel Deck (Not with the team), Isaiah Roby (Toe), Josh Hall (Knee), and Mike Muscala (Ankle). The team also lists Lu Dort, who has averaged 28.5 points per game since […]

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OKC Thunder game recap

OKC Thunder win tank battle against Toronto Raptors

The Oklahoma City Thunder starting the first night of a back-to-back in Tampa Bay to take on the Toronto Raptors, in this contest, each team sat their most important pieces. For the Thunder, Al Horford and Mike Muscala continued to sit, while Shai Gilgeous-Alexander is still sidelined with a foot injury, Gabriel Deck has yet […]

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OKC Thunder game recap

Thunder fall to the Pistons in tank battle

OKC was looking to avenge their blowout loss against the Pistons two weeks ago and split the series 1-1. The Thunder were without SGA, Muscala, Josh Hall, Aleksej Pokusevski, and Al Horford. The new international addition to the Thunder Roster Gabriel Deck is yet to join the team on the court whilst the Pistons were […]

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OKC Thunder News

OKC Thunder shake up roster again, bring in Gabriel Deck

The Oklahoma City Thunder roster shuffle is not over yet, despite the season inching closer to its conclusion, the Thunder have waived Darius Miller a sharpshooter that came to OKC via the Steven Adams trade. Miller played well in limited minutes in his first season back from an Achilles injury. Beyond his spot minutes throughout […]

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Tank watch

Tank Watch: Maledon’s time

Tank Watch is a series, measuring Oklahoma City Thunder up against the worst teams to see who has the best chance of grabbing the top draft picks. Featured Teams: CLE, WAS, MIN, ORL, HOU, TOR, DET Wow, Oklahoma City Thunder (20-32) really turned up the Tank heat, huh? The Thunder have won none of their […]

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OKC Thunder game recap

OKC Thunder host 76ers: What to watch for

Oklahoma City Thunder (20-32) are starting the weekend off hosting the Philadelphia 76ers (35-17) in the Chesapeake Energy Arena. These two teams may as well be in different NBAs right now, with eyes both on completely separate prizes. One wants to win, the other is desperate to‚Ķdevelop young talent. The Thunder have initiated Tank Mode […]

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